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Menorca is the relaxed, laid back Balearic Island, and the ideal choice for a chilled-out holiday as a couple or with the kids. Majorca and Ibiza can keep their party resorts and their larger than life attractions - Menorca does things differently.

If a holiday to you means beautiful beaches, peaceful relaxation and a gentler pace than everyday life, you've found the perfect spot in Menorca. The island's coastline is stunning with its white sands and turquoise waters, plus there's more of a focus on natural attractions and low-key, family-friendly fun.

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Cala'n Bosch is a smart, picture-perfect resort which has been created for your holiday pleasure. Sitting pretty on the southwest coast it's all white builds, white sands and azure waters. Beautiful beach aside, the marina is the heart of the resort action, with waterfront restaurants, bars and even a kid friendly amusement park to keep the little ones happy. If that's not laidback enough for you, Son Bou takes things down a notch.

This tiny resort is remarkable in that it boasts one of the biggest beaches on the island, as well as a nature reserve, sand dunes and a super pretty town centre. You can break up the tranquillity for the kids with waterslides, pedaloes and a bowling alley, but Son Bou is really all about relaxing in stunning natural surroundings. For truly tranquil island holidays that are sprinkled with family fun, cultural attractions and stunning surroundings, book flights to Menorca with

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10 facts about Menorca


Menorca is one of the Balearic Islands situated in the Mediterranean. It’s famous for its prehistoric sites and stunning natural beauty.


Menorca has over 100 beaches and Cala Mitjana is one of the most popular. Located a 45 minute hike from Cala Galdana, it has clear seas and coves to explore.


Cova d'en Xoroi in Cala’n Porter are natural caves set in the cliff face housing a renowned bar and amazing views over the Mediterranean.


Torre d'en Gaumes is a Bronze Age site dating back to 1,400BC. It features fascinating towers, a temple and a Roman water system.


Mahon Port is home to stylish little cafés and bars, plus a gin distillery and plenty of opportunities to join glass-bottomed boat trips.


The Cathedral Basilica of Minorca is a 13th century church built from dramatic red brick and housing an opulent, Gothic-style interior.


Snorkelling and scuba diving is a common water sport on the island of Menorca. Many larger beach resorts offer lessons into the deep blue.


Cap de Cavalleria is an atmospheric location with a secret underground tunnel leading out to the cliff’s face and an iconic lighthouse to boot.


The abandoned Isla del Rey is home to a fishing museum and wonderfully fragrant herb gardens used for pharmaceutical purposes.


Monte Toro is the tallest hill on Menorca at a height of 342m. The 17th century Sanctuary of the Verge del Toro sits at the summit.